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3KG Impact Diet Whey Protein £19.68 plus £1.99 delivery - £21.67 @ MyProtein
3KG Impact Diet Whey Protein £19.68 plus £1.99 delivery - £21.67 @ MyProtein

3KG Impact Diet Whey Protein £19.68 plus £1.99 delivery - £21.67 @ MyProtein

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thanks,

code works.

i needed to order a new batch of protein anyway,

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thefinest1

thanks, code works.i needed to order a new batch of protein anyway,



You're welcome pal

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Got 5kg the other day for 28.99 mint chocolate though

Excellent price working out at a tad over £7 a kilo delivered

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acharlesr67

Got 5kg the other day for 28.99 mint chocolate though



Cool story bro

Right no excuse not to dust off the old weights now, just ordered 6 kilos.
I've used this stuff before and it certainly helps, along with training and a good diet.
Thanks a lot for the post mate.

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slobberchops

Right no excuse not to dust off the old weights now, just ordered 6 … Right no excuse not to dust off the old weights now, just ordered 6 kilos.I've used this stuff before and it certainly helps, along with training and a good diet.Thanks a lot for the post mate.



You're very welcome Mr Slobberchops

Whey Protein and Creatine, that's all you need and about all that really works, the rest is just bro science

http://haroldgibbons.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/broscience-doyouevenlift_891b8f_4320288.jpg
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fishmaster

Whey Protein and Creatine, that's all you need and about all that really … Whey Protein and Creatine, that's all you need and about all that really works, the rest is just bro science



I'd say Glutamine too.

Tbh though, unless you're into it enough to make it a lifestyle, eating your own body weight in KG to Grams should be enough for most people. May not sound a lot but it's surprising how many people don't even manage to hit 40-50g of protein each day.

Listen to Arnold's voice on Youtube videos too, it's anabolic.

Although it has less fat per 100g than normal protein, it has less protein (20g less) than normal so you'd consume more anyway, not really diet is it

striker33

I'd say Glutamine too.Tbh though, unless you're into it enough to make it … I'd say Glutamine too.Tbh though, unless you're into it enough to make it a lifestyle, eating your own body weight in KG to Grams should be enough for most people. May not sound a lot but it's surprising how many people don't even manage to hit 40-50g of protein each day.



Protein intake for bodybuilding seems to be accepted at around 1-2g per lb of bodyweight. However it's worth experimenting >

bayesianbodybuilding.com/the…rs/

simplyshredded.com/pro…tml

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fishmaster

Protein intake for bodybuilding seems to be accepted at around 1-2g per … Protein intake for bodybuilding seems to be accepted at around 1-2g per lb of bodyweight. However it's worth experimenting >http://bayesianbodybuilding.com/the-myth-of-1glb-optimal-protein-intake-for-bodybuilders/http://www.simplyshredded.com/protein-intake-how-much-protein-should-you-consume-and-what-does-the-research-really-say.html



1-2g per lb of bodyweight...

Right so if I weight 160lbs, eating 320g of protein per day would be in the recommended range.
Yeah... Science!

acharlesr67

Got 5kg the other day for 28.99 mint chocolate though


how?

Trebor_omatic

1-2g per lb of bodyweight...Right so if I weight 160lbs, eating 320g of … 1-2g per lb of bodyweight...Right so if I weight 160lbs, eating 320g of protein per day would be in the recommended range.Yeah... Science!



Some people do it. I stick to 0.8g approximately it works for me.

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sam854

how?



It was a price glitch or brief reduction on that flavour only....went out of stock quickly.

mittyon_

CommentCool story bro



Hey! How's 2010 these days?

pointless. ..



Just like your contribution to this site.

Seriously though, this isn't pointless. It's pointless to people who don't excercise and have a flawless diet, that's it.

carlhump

pointless. ..

fishmaster

Whey Protein and Creatine, that's all you need and about all that really … Whey Protein and Creatine, that's all you need and about all that really works, the rest is just bro science



Glutamine is in all protein so supplementation of it if you're gettting enough protein dietwise shouldn't make too much difference imo. There are a couple of studies showing this too but there are couple showing an improvement in endurance atheletes so it depends on your goal.

yrreb88

Just like your contribution to this site. Seriously though, this isn't … Just like your contribution to this site. Seriously though, this isn't pointless. It's pointless to people who don't excercise and have a flawless diet, that's it.Glutamine is in all protein so supplementation of it if you're gettting enough protein dietwise shouldn't make too much difference imo. There are a couple of studies showing this too but there are couple showing an improvement in endurance atheletes so it depends on your goal.



I've considered taking it as an anxiolytic, however since it's a precursor of Glutamate as well as GABA, I didn't want to risk any anxiogenic effect.

I managed to get 6kg for around £35 the other day, plus other things too.

If you basket is over £40 and add a tshirt/vest it might give it to you free too, I was trying to get my basket over £50 and added a vest and it came up with an offer saying free with orders over £40

CHECK THE PROTEIN CONTENT OF THIS BEFORE BUYING.

If you're new get the proper whey protein not the diet stuff. It has more protein, which is why you're buying in the first place (82g vs 61g per 100g)
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striker33

I'd say Glutamine too.Tbh though, unless you're into it enough to make it … I'd say Glutamine too.Tbh though, unless you're into it enough to make it a lifestyle, eating your own body weight in KG to Grams should be enough for most people. May not sound a lot but it's surprising how many people don't even manage to hit 40-50g of protein each day.



You'd say glutamine, research website examine.com would say there's enough glutamine and BCAA in whey protein.

Who do I believe?

Psssst, it's not you

I use the diet one which this is and seems alright

The 3kg is oos though. Only 1.45kg left

This is a good deal and I almost bought it but the protein content is really low (61%), compared to the diet whey that I buy from Amazon for £25 per 2.5kg which boasts 91% protein content.

At the end of the day its horses for courses. 91% protein tastes like **** but if you're looking for a leaner protein supplement with no sweeteners then I'd definitely advise trying Nutrisport 90+ protein power.

This is just personal preference of course. I've still voted hot

Nutritional Information

Per 100g Per Serving *RI
Energy 1543 kJ/366 kcal 895 kJ/212 kcal 11%
Fat 7.2 g 4.2 g 6%
of which saturates 3.1 g 1.8 g 9%
Carbohydrates 14 g 8.1 g 3%
of which sugars 3.9 g 2.3 g 3%
Protein 61 g 35 g 70%

anyone live in cheltenham i need a gym buddy

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Nobby65

I use the diet one which this is and seems alrightThe 3kg is oos though. … I use the diet one which this is and seems alrightThe 3kg is oos though. Only 1.45kg left



Banana and latte flavours still have 3kg available

I'd personally go with an isolate because it's 90%, if a non-chocolate flavour is purchased though because chocolate flavours reduce overall protein content by a further 3-5%, but if you're not wanting to part with the cash then impact whey will do just fine. The reason for the shake is to drink post workout. It shouldn't be used as a meal replacement because it's never a good idea to replace food with a liquid.

I personally wouldn't take any extra glutamine because there was a study showing that extended use of it would leave a thick lining in the arteries of your heart.

Lastly, supplements are exactly that. They're supplementing something you're missing from a diet. Get a good diet in order and you'd be surprised by how many pills and powders you don't need.

fishmaster

I've considered taking it as an anxiolytic, however since it's a … I've considered taking it as an anxiolytic, however since it's a precursor of Glutamate as well as GABA, I didn't want to risk any anxiogenic effect.



I guess I can see the possibility however considering glutamate and glutamine are very common amino acids in both diet and your body, I fail to see why a few extra grams per day would have an effect. I'm also unsure as to if and why extra glutamine would stimulate the production of GABA and glutamate simply because it was there if that makes sense?

I'm guessing you found some studies though but just my 2p.

It's it 3 separate bags or one big 3kg bag?

Very good price so Ive added heat but Im sticking with ON

shak

CHECK THE PROTEIN CONTENT OF THIS BEFORE BUYING.If you're new get the … CHECK THE PROTEIN CONTENT OF THIS BEFORE BUYING.If you're new get the proper whey protein not the diet stuff. It has more protein, which is why you're buying in the first place (82g vs 61g per 100g)



A serving, 2 scoops, of this still has 35g of protein so more than enough for anybody really.
alexc100

This is a good deal and I almost bought it but the protein content is … This is a good deal and I almost bought it but the protein content is really low (61%), compared to the diet whey that I buy from Amazon for £25 per 2.5kg which boasts 91% protein content.At the end of the day its horses for courses. 91% protein tastes like **** but if you're looking for a leaner protein supplement with no sweeteners then I'd definitely advise trying Nutrisport 90+ protein power.This is just personal preference of course. I've still voted hot



Which diet protein is this? Never heard of a diet whey protein with 91% protein and 91% would be pretty good at that price regardless.

Nutrisport still has sweeteners: "Sweeteners (Cyclamate, Saccharin)". Also nutrisport has 93g of protein per serving which is a complete waste imo. 133g of powder, 480kcal and 3.32g of salt per serving is huge! I would personally avoid that.

professor936

I'd personally go with an isolate because it's 90%, if a non-chocolate … I'd personally go with an isolate because it's 90%, if a non-chocolate flavour is purchased though because chocolate flavours reduce overall protein content by a further 3-5%, but if you're not wanting to part with the cash then impact whey will do just fine. The reason for the shake is to drink post workout. It shouldn't be used as a meal replacement because it's never a good idea to replace food with a liquid. I personally wouldn't take any extra glutamine because there was a study showing that extended use of it would leave a thick lining in the arteries of your heart. Lastly, supplements are exactly that. They're supplementing something you're missing from a diet. Get a good diet in order and you'd be surprised by how many pills and powders you don't need.



Yay broscience.

Protein shakes are only for post-workout? No they're a convenince alternative to make sure you're constantly getting your protein intake. If for whatever reason you can't eat a small meal, you have a shake imo. Do you believe that if you don't have your shake within 30 minutes of your session you will lose all your gains too?

Never a good idea to replace food with a liquid for a meal? Why do you think that? You've never had soup then? :P

Do you have a link to the study? Would be interested to look at it. Is it the only study that shows that?

Get a good diet and you won't need supplements but you recommend a 90% whey isolate protein shake? I think most atheletes and bodybuilders supplement their diet even if it's just a shake. Yeah most of them are useless, some might give you a small edge but for the cost probably not worth it and some are recommended e.g. protein shakes.

dodoegg1

It's it 3 separate bags or one big 3kg bag?



It will be a big 3kg bag.

People dont seem to realize all the protein shakes are are calories. Protein is in 1000s of food types aswell, not just shakes, I fully agree with what the above poster said, Il gulp a shake if its convenient. I usually have one for breakfast with blended oats and full fat milk.
Protein content of a shake is important but is misunderstood greatly. It all depends on the type of shake, mass gainers will be lower as they are loaded with carbs etc just for the extra calories, you cant judge a shakes qaulity buy looking on the label.
Alot of protein companies will claim high percentages but what they really do is top up their protein percentages through BCAA's which are effectively protein.
The high BCAA content people mistake for whey which in reality once you hit your bcaa minimums for the day, extra bcaas really do nothing at all, its just a clever way for protein companies to claim high protein content.

Anyone interested google " Protein spiking" its very interesting

Berserker.co.uk - great supplements, new brand very high quality, and the flavours are great! I love the chocolate caramel.. Tastes like Mars bars.

It's also possible to find a 10% off code every so often, and a further 5% off your next order with a detailed review (good or bad)

tomtom1988

People dont seem to realize all the protein shakes are are calories. … People dont seem to realize all the protein shakes are are calories. Protein is in 1000s of food types aswell, not just shakes, I fully agree with what the above poster said, Il gulp a shake if its convenient. I usually have one for breakfast with blended oats and full fat milk.Protein content of a shake is important but is misunderstood greatly. It all depends on the type of shake, mass gainers will be lower as they are loaded with carbs etc just for the extra calories, you cant judge a shakes qaulity buy looking on the label.Alot of protein companies will claim high percentages but what they really do is top up their protein percentages through BCAA's which are effectively protein. The high BCAA content people mistake for whey which in reality once you hit your bcaa minimums for the day, extra bcaas really do nothing at all, its just a clever way for protein companies to claim high protein content.Anyone interested google " Protein spiking" its very interesting



It really depends on the manufacturer, a lot of them use 'bulkers' as well, (not to bulk you, lol) but to bulk out the powders, give them more weight so you don't get as much. I stick to few companies I know for that very reason,usually the smaller companies offer the best quality product, because bulking wouldn't save them as much as it would a big company,plus a smaller company is looking for return customers, so there is no reason for them to try and make an extra 10% on your purchase, if it could cost them your custom.

alexc100

This is a good deal and I almost bought it but the protein content is … This is a good deal and I almost bought it but the protein content is really low (61%), compared to the diet whey that I buy from Amazon for £25 per 2.5kg which boasts 91% protein content.At the end of the day its horses for courses. 91% protein tastes like **** but if you're looking for a leaner protein supplement with no sweeteners then I'd definitely advise trying Nutrisport 90+ protein power.This is just personal preference of course. I've still voted hot



Here's a good 92% for you!

berserker.co.uk/sho…in/

The problem what people miss with proteins is cheaper nearly always results in lesser quality. Because they can bulk it with all sorts. Go for the proper priced stuff, then you know what you're getting. (mostly)
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